Contemporary Puerto Rican Installation Art: The Guagua Aérea, the Trojan Horse, and the Termite
"Laura Roulet explores the formal and thematic concerns of Puerto Rican installation artists, within the complexities of Puerto Rican Culture. This text provides an overview of the installation pieces of such groundbreaking artists as: Rafael Ferrer, Papo Calo, Pepon Osorio, Antonio Martorell, Charles Jushasz, Arnaldo Morales, among others."
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